Bad Education. Alfie (Jack Whitehall). Copyright: Tiger Aspect Productions
Bad Education

Bad Education

  • TV sitcom
  • BBC Three
  • 2012 - 2022
  • 26 episodes (4 series)

School-based comedy about the worst teachers to ever be involved in the British education system. Stars Jack Whitehall, Mathew Horne, Sarah Solemani, Layton Williams, Ethan Lawrence and more.

  • Due to return for 10th Anniversary Special
Bad Education. Image shows from L to R: Miss Gulliver (Sarah Solemani), Cleopatra (Weruche Opia), Rem Dogg (Jack Binstead), Chantelle (Nikki Runeckles), Stephen (Layton Williams), Alfie (Jack Whitehall), Grayson (Jack Bence), Joe (Ethan Lawrence), Jing (Kae Alexander), Fraser (Mathew Horne). Copyright: Tiger Aspect Productions

Key details

Genre
Sitcom
Broadcast
2012 - 2022
Channels
BBC Three
Episodes
26 (4 series)
Stars
Jack Whitehall, Mathew Horne, Sarah Solemani, Layton Williams, Ethan Lawrence, Nikki Runeckles, Kae Alexander, Jack Binstead and more
Writers
Jack Whitehall, Freddy Syborn, Nathan Bryon, Laura Smyth, Leila Navabi, Priya Hall, Ciaran Bartlett, Rhys Taylor and more
Directors
Ben Gosling Fuller, Elliot Hegarty, Al Campbell and Freddy Syborn
Producers
Pippa Brown, Ben Cavey, Chris Sussman, Sophie Clarke-Jervoise, David Simpson, Jack Whitehall, Richard Ackerman and Freddy Syborn
Companies

Bad Education, co-written by and starring Jack Whitehall, follows Alfie, the worst teacher ever to grace the British education system. Alfie definitely has the best intentions for his class but the truth is he is a bigger kid than any of the kids he teaches so his good intentions always seem to end up out the window. He really does care though.

Despite his obvious shortcomings, Alfie's position at the school is stable thanks to Fraser, the school's headmaster, who tragically longs to be as cool as Alfie. He's the teacher who just wants to be everyone's 'best mate' and is prone to massive and very public mishaps.

Additional details

Also known as
  • Bad Teacher (Working title)
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Broadcast details

First broadcast
Tuesday 14th August 2012 at 10pm on BBC Three
Most recent repeats

Recording details

  • Wimbledon Studios

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